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Frequent Contributor I
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Registered: ‎07-03-2013

Need the exact number of features IAP 93/105

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How many exact number of Users, SSID, Mac entries, VLans are to be configured in the IAP 93/105 ?

 

if there is a specific link where a correct information i can get, kindly provide me.

MVP
Posts: 1,404
Registered: ‎05-28-2008

Re: Need the exact number of features IAP 93/105

Hi,

Lets start from what i know.

 

both ap's got 10/100/1000 eth port.

ap-105 got dual radio dual band (so it can transmit up to 16 ssid 8 in 2.4 and 8 in 5)

ap-93 got single radio dual band (so it can transmit up to 8 ssid's)

 

cluster of ap-93 limited up to 16 units.

cluster of ap-105 recommended up to 64 units.

 

IAP-104, IAP-105, IAP-134, IAP-135, and IAP-175 support an unlimited (within reason...the usual L2 best practices apply of course...no free lunch)   number of IAPs on Layer 2 networks.

 

IAP -92/93 supports 16 IAPs.

 

read here also some info:

http://community.arubanetworks.com/t5/Aruba-Instant/IAP-virtual-controller-max-capacity/td-p/35265

 

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MVP
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Registered: ‎10-25-2011

Re: Need the exact number of features IAP 93/105

Not only does 105's support 64, it has been QA'ed by Aruba to 64.
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Registered: ‎08-16-2011

Re: Need the exact number of features IAP 93/105

Hello,

 

this thread is a little bit older, but I wanted to point out that the Rel. 6.2 User Guide states:

 

Number of WLAN SSIDs Supported

By default, you can create up to six networks or WLANs. You can enable the Extended SSID

option and create up to 16 WLANs. OAW-IAP-175, OAW-IAP-104, and OAW-IAP-105 devices

support up to 8 SSIDs and RAP-3WN, OAW-IAP-92, OAW-IAP-93, OAW-IAP-134, and OAWAOS

IAP-135 devices support up to 16 SSIDs. After you enable this option, the number of SSIDs that

become active on each OAW-IAP depends on the OAW-IAP platform.

 

 

So IAP105 supports 8 SSIDs all together instead of 8 per radio and IAP93 supports 16 SSIDs.

Is this correct?

 

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